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Espanyol vs Celta Vigo live stream: How to watch LaLiga football online


This article provides information on how to live stream Espanyol vs Celta Vigo in LaLiga on Saturday 18 March 2023.

Espanyol are too close for comfort towards the bottom, sat 15th. Last weekend, they were beaten 3-1 by Real Madrid at Estadio Santiago Bernabeu. That’s now back-to-back defeats for Diego Martínez’s side, who’ve won just four of their 16 matches since 16 October.

Celta Vigo, meanwhile, smashed Rayo Vallecano 3-0 at Balaidos last time out. This means Carlos Carvalhal’s side are now unbeaten in four matches, accumulating 14 points from the last 21 available. The away side are now 11th.

Read below to find out how to live stream Espanyol vs Celta Vigo.

Espanyol vs Celta Vigo live streaming: Match details

Match: Espanyol vs Celts Vigo

Competition: LaLiga

Date: Saturday March 18, 2023

Kick-off time: 17:30 (UK time)

Stadium: RCDE Stadium


How to watch Espanyol vs Celta Vigo online

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Bet365

You can watch Espanyol vs Celta Vigo in LaLiga online on bet365.

Here are the bet365 sign-up instructions:

1. Click the ‘claim offer’ button above, that will take you through to the bet365 Live Streaming page, where you should select Join Now

2. Enter your details and create an account

3. Log in and fund the account

4. Go to the ‘In-Play’ link at the top of the homepage and watch the match

5. You can now watch the game!

Note: Geo-restrictions apply.

Espanyol vs Celta Vigo is available to watch in the United Kingdom & Ireland with bet365, and anywhere in the world with an ExpressVPN subscription which can be found below.

Where to watch Espanyol vs Celta Vigo in the UK & USA

CountryChannel
UKViaplay Sports 1, LaLiga TV, Viaplay UK
USAESPN+, ESPN Deportes

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Sam May

Sam May

Born and raised a Liverpool fanatic. Now living in Barcelona, love all things football.


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